"The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the RBI Assistant admit cards for prelims exams today - 19 March 2022."
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the RBI Assistant admit cards for prelims exams today – 19 March 2022. Therefore, applicants can download their admit cards by visiting the official website. Additionally, they must also print it out as it is an important document that consists of the date, time, exam centre, and most importantly, it is needed at the time of exam for identity proof. Read the article to get in-depth information about the exam.
Steps to Download the RBI Assistant 2022 Admit Card
Authorities have released the admit cards for the exam. Thus, candidates must follow the steps mentioned below to download their hall tickets.
- Visit the official website – rbi.org.in
- Now click on the opportunities tab available on the homepage.
- A new window will open, now click on the ‘call letter’ under ‘current vacancies’.
- Next, click on the article “Admission Letters, other guidelines and information handouts for the preliminary examination for the Recruitment of Assistant Posts-2022″
- A new page will appear on your screen. Now enter your credentials like registration number/ roll number and date of birth/password and the captcha code.
- The admit card will appear on your page.
- Finally, save and download it for future use.
RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Date 2022
Candidates must go through the RBI Assistant Prelims exam schedule given below.
|Download RBI Assistant Prelims Admit Card||19 March 2022|
|RBI Assistant Preliminary Exam Date||26 & 27 March 2022|
|RBI Assistant Result for Preliminary Exam||TBA|
|RBI Assistant Mains Exam Date||TBA|
About the RBI Assistant Prelims Exam
The Reserve Bank of India conducts the national-level RBI Assistant Prelims exam every year for recruiting eligible candidates for the posts of assistants. The graduates of 20 to 28 years old can apply for the exam. A candidate is required to be a citizen of India / a subject of Nepal / a subject of Bhutan / a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before 1 January 1962 to settle in India permanently, or / a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, and Vietnam to permanently settle in India.
Furthermore, the application and exam mode is online. Aspirants have to clear three rounds: Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, and the Language Proficiency Test(LPT). Candidates must also be aware of the exam pattern for all three rounds.
The Prelims exam consists of a total of 100 questions, divided into three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability, and the candidates have to complete it in 60 minutes. Candidates who qualify for the Prelims Exam will go for the next round.
The Mains exam consists of 200 questions divided into five sections: English language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, Computer Knowledge, and General Awareness, and the candidates have to complete it in 135 minutes. Candidates who qualify for the Mains exam will further go for the last round.
Lastly, the Language Proficiency Test is the final exam in which the candidate’s language proficiency is tested.